Starship Enterprise, Elanora Heights trophy home listing returns

Starship Enterprise, Elanora Heights trophy home listing returns
Starship Enterprise, Elanora Heights trophy home listing returns

The Starship Enterprise-inspired Elanora Heights home has returned to the market.

The home with six bedrooms and six bathrooms was built for the vendor Peter Chedid, a lifelong fan of Star Trek.

There is even a 15 velvet seat home cinema decorated with a space image taken from the Hubble telescope.

Chedid listed it initially in 2011 when thinking of moving to Europe with $15 million hopes.

Then the Caladenia Close property was listed again with Anthony Walls of Max Walls International with a $10.5 million  asking price in mid-2012 with the Italian furniture included in the price.

The 500 square metres home is located in Elanora Heights, some 27 kilometres from Sydney, on a two hectare holding adjoining Garigal National Park

Chedid, an investor and property developer, purchased the land in 2002 for $1.22 million and spent $5 million on the design and construction of the 2008 futuristic house.  

Max Walls International has it again for sale by negotiation.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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